STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish police arrested four people in the Stockholm area on Tuesday on suspicion of money laundering and local media reported the authorities believed the money had been sent to Islamic State militants in Syria.
The Swedish Economic Crime Authority said money laundering was suspected in six companies but further details could not be provided while the investigation was under way.
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